1. Carlisle vicar's book reinforces a passion for ministry
  2. Bishop of Carlisle supports Children's Commission on Poverty inquiry
  3. Bishop of Carlisle welcomes General Synod vote on women bishops
  4. Churches to mark centenary of the First World War
  1. A Carlisle vicar says writing his first book has helped renew a sense of hope through ministry.
    Tuesday 26 August 2014
  2. The Bishop of Carlisle has supported young people who are gathering evidence on the reality of child poverty in the UK, as part of the first inquiry led by children.
    Thursday 17 July 2014
  3. The Rt Rev James Newcome, The Bishop of Carlisle, has welcomed the vote by General Synod to enable the creation of women bishops.
    Tuesday 15 July 2014
  4. A series of special services and events are to be held across the Diocese of Carlisle to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.
    Thursday 10 July 2014
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The Diocese of Carlisle is the Church of England in Cumbria

We look after 351 churches and 106 schools, from Barrow in Furness to Bewcastle and Nicholforest, from St Bees Head to Stainmore.

Our mission is, by God's grace to grow God's Kingdom in Cumbria; our vision is, to see our Churches growing Disciples of all ages.

We are working at the five marks of Discipleship: Maturity in faith, expectant Prayer and Worship, Engagement with society, Outreach, Quality of relationships